February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2


Buried District Regulator Stations Using Dresser FloSystems Prefabricated Sets

District regulator stations are often constructed in densely populated areas such as subdivision communities. They typically require a developer to commit a sizable piece of real estate and often create an unattractive and unappealing installation to the local residents. They can also be quite onerous to the field technicians who perform maintenance operations. Less Obtrusive Installation However, near the Maryland community of Linthicum, BGE, the local utility, has developed a regulator station concept that is less obtrusive and more accessible. The challenge was to reduce the size of the BGE monitoring regulator station footprint, increase accessibility for maintenance operat

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